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  1. In the 1960s and early 1970s, when most society women wore understated jewelry—demure pearls and diamonds—the designer David Webb enticed a few of the haut monde’s leading tastemakers with big,...
  2. A designer’s intricate lockets conceal intimate details.
  3. The Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris conjures a trove of treasures to fulfill the wildest wishes of collectors around the world.
  4. A designer’s indelible blueprint for beauty.
  5. Trailblazing designers push the frontiers of menswear this season with hardy, well-built clothing crafted for the rugged individual who favors durability and comfort— especially when they are...
  6. When a group of Brazilian miners recently unveiled a collection of large Paraíba tourmalines of exceptional quality for Caroline Scheufele, owner and copresident of Chopard, she did not hesitate: She...
  7. Laurence Graff began working in the diamond business as a 15-year-old apprentice jeweler in the London jewelry district.
  8. Bulgari’s timeless new designs celebrate the Eternal City. When he arrived in Rome from his native Greece in 1881, Sotirio Bulgari probably did not anticipate that the store he established on Via...
  9. Over the past half century, Bulgari has adorned such glamorous women as Elizabeth Taylor and Sophia Loren in breathtaking jewelry that at times seemed to rival even the actresses’ brilliant auras.
  10. “Color is what gives jewels their worth. They light up and enhance the face,” said Christian Dior in 1956, adding, “Nothing is more elegant than a black skirt and sweater worn with a sparkling, multi...

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